WGS_160_F_2011_3

WGS_160_F_2011_3 - Announcements:...

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1 Announcements: All permit numbers have now been issued: course is  full. Group assignments: Check iLearn to see which group you are in. Come to next class knowing your group number. Starting Friday, seating will be arranged by group. Roster MUST BE PASSED to next student.  DO not  forget!
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Theories of Political and Cultural Citizenship: Infantile Citizenship
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Citizenship as a contract with the nation-state: --Participation in the nation is “paid for: 1. through a sense of patriotism 2. through belief in the nation’s founding ideologies and institutions. --Access to national power is restricted through both physical and symbolic limitations. Ex. Audre Lorde’s visit to segregated Washington, D.C. --Citizens are “created” when a contract with power is established and access is granted or won.
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Displays of citizenship: --Displays of citizenship are a bid to stand under and claim the nation’s power for oneself. --Public displays often involve national spaces,
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This note was uploaded on 09/23/2011 for the course WGS 160 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '11 term at S.F. State.

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